Mason County Court Cases
Find your court case information using free lookup and search tools provided by the county.About the County: Mason County, Kentucky was established in 1788, and originally formed from Bourbon County. The county was named after George Mason (1725–92), statesman known as the “Father of the Bill of Rights”. There are a reported 17166 residents living within the county’s 241 square miles. In 2016, the average weekly wage was reported as $715, and the annual median income was reported to be $41137. The current poverty rate stands at 19.3%.
County Caseload Information
In 2016, there were 468 circuit court cases processed (ranked #48 in the state of all the counties), and there were 2670 district court cases processed (#62 in the state).